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Microsoft Buys Virtual Management Tool Vendor

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Moving to strengthen its management tools related to virtual environments, Microsoft said that it has purchased IT process automation vendor Opalis for an undisclosed sum. Microsoft said the acquisition, which had been rumored for nearly two months, adds to its System Center portfolio needed tools that can manage highly automated and scalable virtual environments. The […]

Why Microsoft Azure Should Matter To Businesses

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I’ll make a prediction that 2010 will be the most exciting year yet for cloud computing, and that’s partly related to Microsoft’s ramp-up of Azure. Anyone attending Salesforce.com’s Dreamforce conference last month understands the potential of cloud platforms for rapid application development. And this is all coming together at a time when IT shops need […]

FullArmor PolicyPortal for Windows Azure: Enterprise Policy Management Podcast with Danny Kim – November 27, 2009 – Episode 106

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In episode 106, Douglas Brown interviews Danny Kim, co-Founder and CTO of FullArmor Corp. Doug and Danny discuss the FullArmor enterprise policy management solution for Windows Azure cloud computing. Danny explains how PolicyPortal works, what it takes to install, how they handle security in the cloud, why cloud computing is a better fit than traditional computing and much more. […]

Windows Azure World Tour with David Chappell

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This week our team hosted the silicon valley stop (at our Mountain View campus) in David Chappell’s world-wide tour to talk about the impact of cloud computing, and latest developments on the Windows Azure Platform. David Chappell’s talk looked at the Windows Azure platform and what it means for enterprises. The topics he covered include: […]

Windows Azure: MSDN Subscribers Get Perks

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As Microsoft prepares to officially launch Windows Azure — it’s cloud-based Windows platform — the software giant has introduced key perks for those within the Microsoft Developers Network (MSDN). Here are the details. For starters, Microsoft Windows Azure has opened up for developers. If you’re among the ranks of the Microsoft Developers Network, you’re going […]

Microsoft’s Other Windows Project: Azure Nears Launch

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Windows 7 is out the door, but Microsoft has its hands full with another Windows development effort: Windows Azure, which will allow independent software vendors (ISVs) to develop and run applications in Microsoft’s cloud. Here’s an update on Windows Azure, and the implications for VARs and channel partners. Microsoft introduced the Windows Azure partner strategy […]

Research and Markets: Tectrends Reporter Cloud Computing Key Recent Media Coverage – a Monthly Edition of This Important New Development in Information Technology

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Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/359da9/tectrends_reporter) has announced the addition of the "TecTrends Reporter Cloud Computing Key Recent Media Coverage, May 2009" report to their offering. This monthly edition of TecTrends Reporter considers the opportunities and challenges posed by cloud computing as an important new development in information technology. One of the most promising new computing models […]

Red Hat, Microsoft: Love-Hate Relationship Goes Virtual

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Hate is a strong word … especially when you’re in love. Consider the situation between Red Hat and Microsoft. During the Red Hat Summit in September, the open source company warned customers and channel partners not to get locked in Microsoft’s Windows Azure cloud strategy. Fast forward to the present, and Red Hat and Microsoft […]

Citrix CTO Says, ”No I Really Didn’t”, Did He?

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Veteran virtualization blogger Alessandro Perilli of virtualization.info, whom I credit with unearthing most of the interesting goings on in the virtualization world, made an interesting observation that I validated the VMware platform strategy in a recent blog, observing that I had done a good job of developing a rationale for the VMware SpringSource acquisition. It”s […]

The Geopolitics of Cloud Computing – Gartner

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Like most highly hyped technology topics, also cloud computing is raising increasing political attention. This is already clear for the U.S: Federal Government where many people at OMB and GSA push the idea of cloud computing as a cure for various IT diseases. But this is happening also at the state and local level. Two […]

Windows Azure Platform Training Kit

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The Windows Azure Platform Training Kit includes a comprehensive set of technical content including hands-on labs, presentations, and demos that are designed to help you learn how to use the Windows Azure platform including: Windows Azure, SQL Azure and .NET Services. The August release includes the following content: Presentations Azure Platform Overview What is Windows […]

As If By Cloud Magic…

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Since my last post where I discussed the Microsoft Azure cloud service and highlighted that I felt companies competing in the cloud space such as VMware are now diversifying past the Hypervisor to reach aspirations of Cloud, and then Vmware go and do me a favor and make me look like i’m a visionary and […]

Microsoft: Azure Enterprise Licenses Will Be Simple

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Microsoft has not made clear how it will incorporate Windows Azure pricing into the long-term contracts it signs with its enterprise customers, but a company executive said this week Microsoft intends to make it as simple as possible for them to take advantage of the new cloud-computing service. At its Worldwide Partner Conference this week, […]

Will Microsoft Azure Promote Efficient Software Development?

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Microsoft’s announcement of Windows Azure pricing confirmed a lot of speculation about the nature of Azure and its target audiences. First, Microsoft plans to compete directly with infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) vendors, especially market pioneer and leader Amazon Web Services. As CNET’s Ina Fried reported:   On a pure consumption basis, Microsoft said it will charge 12 […]

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